Khloe Kardashian recreates iconic singer Britney Spears look a week after rapper Ice Spice sported an updated version of her mini dress lacy outfit to the 2023 VMAs last Tuesday.
However, Khloe only chose to wear a wig in a nod to the singer’s viral 2003 Pepsi interview in a new TikTok video. The Good American founder looked different as she channelled her inner Britney Spears in the clip shared to her TikTok account over the weekend.
Khloe donned a short blonde wig in a nod to Britney Spears 2003 interview with CNN where she revealed her love of Pepsi while wearing a similar blonde bob. In the Tiktok video, she was joined by her hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons and make-up artist Ash K. Holm also in short wigs.
The trio then lip-synched lines from the 2003 interview. In the interview, as conducted by Tucker, he asked after the Pepsi ad Spears had filmed in 2021, asking: ‘Candidly, just between you and me, how much Pepsi do you think you drink on an average day? Britney insisted: ‘I really do like Pepsi, I really do.’
He then asked, ‘Really? What’s your favourite kind?’ She then replied, ‘My favourite kind of Pepsi? Pepsi’s Pepsi.”Well you don’t drink Diet Pepsi, or vanilla, or…?’ Tucker continued to press. ‘No, just regular Pepsi,’ she confirmed. Aside from the wig Khloe Kardashian wore a bright pink tank top for the video.
The mother of two had twirled her hair while mimicking Britney’s facial expressions. Her face showed a full glam consisting of black eyeliner, smokey eyeshadow, and bright pink blush on the apples of her cheeks. The TikTok video comes after she modelled a fablestic onesie in her gym.
Khloe was recently named as the face of the company and so models outfits from the brand. For the gym session, she added a black Prada fanny pack and wore white sneakers with the outfit while letting her hair down in a straight style. She further sported a full glam for the video.
In a press release for the partnership, Fablesticz called Khloe an ‘entrepreneur, fitness enthusiast, and global star,’ in a press release. She modelled the brand’s desert-inspired collection which dropped online and in stores on September 8.